Friday, 27 December 2013

2013 ... What an Incredible Year!

Took up Salsa and Bachata
Started lessons after TC introduced these dances to me. Now I go dancing minimum twice a week and it's a great feeling to be able to do that. Salsa and bachata songs rocks!

Moved to City Centre
I got meself a new pad, renovated it and moved my body, heart and soul there in September. This was one of the best decisions I've ever made as location, location, location is everything. Now I can walk to almost everywhere - Sungai Wang Plaza, Lot 10, Pavilion and Suria KLCC. 

My new pad, unfinished at that time.

Changed Jobs
After 3.5 years in an IT company, I went back to work for a previous company albeit in a different position. Best part is that my office is only a 10-minute walk from my new pad. Life is indeed blissful.

Underwent a Surgical Operation (for the first time)
Upon returning from Phuket in September, a freaking lump started growing beside my thyroid. It became so big that it can be seen moving up and down my throat each time I swallowed.

So I did a scan and the doctor said it's a cystic colloid. He recommended surgery to remove the darn thing and I gladly agreed. Now I have a scar below my neck to live with.

Snapped this pic after I woke up from general anaesthetic.

Didn't go anywhere exotic or jaw dropping this year. Only places I visited were Redang, Railay and Phuket. Gosh, can you see a pattern here? Oh yeah, I also did some nude sunbathing in Railay for the first time.

Beautiful Redang

I'll be going to the Mulu Caves tomorrow for some adventure. It's a good end to the year and I'm hoping to catch Abe Lincoln's silhouette in the Deer Cave and watch some bats fly around. 

I wish you and your family a great 2014. The best is yet to come!

Sweden ... South Korea ... Sarawak ... Fridge Magnets ...

My sister (that lucky gal) was gallavanting in these countries for work recently.

This Scandinavian country is where the pop group Abba comes from. And they gave us hits like Dancing Queen, Super Trooper, Take a Chance on Me and all the hits from the movie, Mamma Mia!

This is a Dala Horse. You can read about it here.

After gallavanting in Sweden, my sister crossed oceans to the far east - South Korea!

The hanbok is the traditional costume of South Korea. Not too sure though whether it's unisex.

Apart from my sister travelling, Angie was also in Kuching and she brought me this:

The hornbill is the national bird of Sarawak. Beside the hornbill is the rafflesia flower which is the biggest flower in the world according to Guinness. And I heard it stinks like hell.

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